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Visitor Activities

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Tamarac Wetland Management District is made up of private land partnerships and conservation easements so there are currently no on-site opportunities for visitor activities.  

The district offices are located at Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge in Rochert, Minnesota. If you have land within Tamarac’s district of Beltrami, Cass, Clearwater, Hubbard or Koochiching counties in Minnesota and want to provide a place for wildlife, contact our Private Lands Biologist about our Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program at 218-847-2641.  

  • Interpretation


    Tamarac provides experiences to create connections between people and the rich mosaic of wildlife and habitats found throughout the district. Programs and presentations introduce people to wildlife management activities and challenges. Programs and events are free, involve all ages and provide a variety of opportunities to immerse yourself in nature. Contact the district staff at Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge in Rochert, MN to learn how you can schedule an interpretive program for your organization or special group at 218-847-2641.

  • Environmental Education


    Tamarac strives to inspire a life-long connection to nature, encourage active stewardship and foster future conservationists.  With the partnership of the Friends of Tamarac and a host of volunteers, Tamarac offers hands-on adventures for students in an expanding environmental education program. Activities introduce natural and social systems, address graduation standards as well as Minnesota’s Environmental Literacy Benchmarks. 

    Is your school, youth, environmental or other group interested in learning more about the wildlife, plants, habitats and ecological processes?  Contact staff at Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge for more information on environmental education opportunities at 218-847-2641.  

Page Photo Credits — Credit: USFWS
Last Updated: Mar 03, 2013
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